The TIE Research Lab is a Canadian Foundation for Innovation funded research laboratory that unites the research interests of co-directors Dr. Valerie Irvine and Dr. Allyson Hadwin from the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria.
Web Reclaimed: Taking back technologies from corporate entities
March 13, 2015 at UVic
Video archive of TIE Talk with Alan Levine and Brian Lamb, Thompson River University
Toward New Models of Coherence: Responding to the Fragmentation of Higher Education
February 7, 2013 at UVic
Video TIE Talk with Dr. George Siemens, Athabasca University
Video Archive of TIE Talk with Dr. George Siemens, Athabasca University
The Intellectual Properties of Learning and Changing Political Economy of Technology in Canada
Video TIE Talk with Dr. John Willinksy, Athabasca University
Breaking down the walls of social networks and transforming teaching
Video Archive of TIE Talk with Dr. Alec Couros, Univeristy of Regina
Wednesday, June 13th,2012
The Opportunities and Impact of Educational Technologies on Higher Education
Friday, May 4th, 2012
Video TIE Talk, with Dr. David Cormier
TIE Research Lab infrastructure includes state-of-the art technology to be used in research on a range of topics that vary from the integration and evaluation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education to computer-based learning environments that support self-regulated learning.
For individuals new to the TIE Research Lab please check out the ABOUT section for more information about the purpose, history, and initiatives of the lab.